Three Phase Power Quality Analyzer TestWorld

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Limited Warranty Limitation of Liability, Each Fluke product is warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and. service The warranty period is three years for the Analyzer and one year for its accessories The warranty. period begins on the date of shipment Parts product repairs and services are warranted for 90 days This. warranty extends only to the original buyer or end user customer of a Fluke authorized reseller and does not. apply to fuses disposable batteries or to any product which in Fluke s opinion has been misused altered. neglected or damaged by accident or abnormal conditions of operation or handling Fluke warrants that. software will operate substantially in accordance with its functional specifications for 90 days and that it has. been properly recorded on non defective media Fluke does not warrant that software will be error free or. operate without interruption, Fluke authorized resellers shall extend this warranty on new and unused products to end user customers only. but have no authority to extend a greater or different warranty on behalf of Fluke Warranty support is. available if product is purchased through a Fluke authorized sales outlet or Buyer has paid the applicable. international price Fluke reserves the right to invoice Buyer for importation costs of repair replacement parts. when product purchased in one country is submitted for repair in another country. Fluke s warranty obligation is limited at Fluke s option to refund of the purchase price free of charge repair. or replacement of a defective product which is returned to a Fluke authorized service center within the. warranty period, To obtain warranty service contact your nearest Fluke authorized service center or send the product with a. description of the difficulty postage and insurance prepaid FOB Destination to the nearest Fluke. authorized service center Fluke assumes no risk for damage in transit Following warranty repair the product. will be returned to Buyer transportation prepaid FOB Destination If Fluke determines that the failure was. caused by misuse alteration accident or abnormal condition of operation or handling Fluke will provide an. estimate of repair costs and obtain authorization before commencing the work Following repair the product. will be returned to the Buyer transportation prepaid and the Buyer will be billed for the repair and return. transportation charges FOB Shipping Point, THIS WARRANTY IS BUYER S SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER. WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED. WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE FLUKE. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL. DAMAGES OR LOSSES INCLUDING LOSS OF DATA WHETHER ARISING FROM BREACH OF. WARRANTY OR BASED ON CONTRACT TORT RELIANCE OR ANY OTHER THEORY. Since some countries or states do not allow limitation of the term of an implied warranty or exclusion or. limitation of incidental or consequential damages the limitations and exclusions of this warranty may not. apply to every buyer If any provision of this Warranty is held invalid or unenforceable by a court of. competent jurisdiction such holding will not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision. Fluke Corporation P O Box 9090 Everett WA 98206 9090 USA or. Fluke Industrial B V P O Box 90 7600 AB Almelo The Netherlands. Table of Contents,Chapter Title Page,Limited Warranty Limitation of Liability ii.
Introduction and Safety Instructions 1 1,1 1 Introduction to Manual 1 3. 1 2 Safety 1 3,1 2 1 Introduction 1 3,1 2 2 Safety Precautions 1 3. 1 2 3 Caution and Warning Statements 1 3,1 2 4 Symbols 1 4. 1 2 5 Impaired Safety 1 4,1 2 6 General Safety Information 1 4. Specifications 2 1,2 1 Introduction 2 3,2 2 Electrical Measurements 2 4.
2 3 Wiring Combinations 2 13,2 4 General 2 13,2 5 Mechanical 2 14. 2 6 Power 2 14,2 7 Standards 2 14,2 8 Cross talk 2 15. 2 9 Common Mode Rejection Ratio CMRR 2 15,2 10 Safety 2 15. 2 11 Environmental 2 15,2 12 Printers and Interface 2 16. 2 13 Electro Magnetic Compatibility EMC 2 16,Performance Verification 3 1.
3 1 Introduction 3 3,3 2 Equipment Required for Verification 3 4. 3 3 Relation between Characteristics and Performance Test 3 4. 3 4 General Instructions 3 5,3 5 Operating Instructions 3 5. 3 6 Display and Backlight Test 3 5,Fluke 433 434 435. Service Manual,3 7 Verification of Current Inputs 3 7. 3 7 1 Preparation 3 7,3 7 2 Accuracy 3 7,3 7 2 Bandwidth check of current channels 3 8.
3 8 Voltage Inputs 3 8,3 8 1 Introduction 3 8, 3 8 2 Verification of voltage inputs in 120 V range 3 10. 3 8 3 Verification of voltage inputs in 230 V range 3 11. 3 8 4 Verification of voltage inputs in 400 V range 3 13. 3 8 5 Verification of voltage inputs in 6 kV range Transients 3 15. 3 9 Channel Isolation 3 17,Calibration Adjustment 4 1. 4 1 General 4 3,4 1 1 Introduction 4 3,4 1 2 Calibration number and date 4 3. 4 1 3 General instructions 4 4,4 1 4 Equipment required for calibration 4 4. 4 2 Calibration Procedure Steps 4 4,4 3 Starting The Calibration 4 5.
4 4 Contrast Calibration Adjustment 4 7,4 5 Warming Up 4 8. 4 6 Final Calibration 4 9,4 6 1 Offset adjustment 4 9. 4 6 2 Low voltage and current gain adjustment 4 10. 4 6 3 Voltage gain adjustment 4 10,4 7 Save Calibration Data And Exit 4 12. Disassembling the Analyzer 5 1,5 1 Introduction 5 3. 5 2 Disassembly Reassembly Procedures 5 3,5 2 1 Required Tools 5 3.
5 2 2 Removing the Tilt Stand Hang Strap 5 3, 5 2 3 Replacing the Side Strap Changing the Side Strap Position 5 4. 5 2 4 Opening the Analyzer Removing the Battery 5 4. 5 2 5 Removing the Main PCA Unit 5 6,5 2 6 Removing the Display Assembly 5 7. 5 2 7 Replacing the LCD Window Decal 5 8,5 2 8 Removing the Keypad and Keypad Foil 5 8. 5 2 9 Disassembling the Main PCA Unit 5 8,5 2 10 Reassembling the Main PCA Unit 5 9. 5 2 11 Reassembling the Analyzer 5 9,List of Replaceable Parts 6 1.
6 1 Introduction 6 3,6 2 How to Obtain Parts 6 3,6 3 Service Centers 6 3. 6 4 Final Assembly Parts 6 4,6 5 Main PCA Unit Parts 6 6. 6 7 Accessories 6 7,Introduction and Safety Instructions. Title Page,1 1 Introduction to Manual 1 3,1 2 Safety 1 3. 1 2 1 Introduction 1 3,1 2 2 Safety Precautions 1 3.
1 2 3 Caution and Warning Statements 1 3,1 2 4 Symbols 1 4. 1 2 5 Impaired Safety 1 4,1 2 6 General Safety Information 1 4. Introduction and Safety Instructions,1 1 Introduction to Manual 1. 1 1 Introduction to Manual, The Fluke 433 434 435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyzer hereafter referred to as. Analyzer offers an extensive and powerful set of measurements to check power. distribution systems This Service Manual provides the information necessary to maintain. the Analyzer at customer level, The following information is presented in this Service Manual.
Chapter 1 Introduction and safety Instructions Read carefully before using or servicing. the Analyzer, Chapter 2 Specifications A complete set of detailed specifications. Chapter 3 Performance Verification,Chapter 4 Calibration Adjustment. Chapter 5 Disassembling the Analyzer,Chapter 6 List of Replaceable Parts. Important The Main PCA in this Analyzer is only available to Fluke Service Centers due. to the programming that is necessary after installation. 1 2 Safety,1 2 1 Introduction, Read these pages carefully before beginning to install and use the Analyzer. The following paragraphs contain information cautions and warnings which must be. followed to ensure safe operation and to keep the Analyzer in a safe condition. Servicing described in this manual is to be done only by. qualified service personnel To avoid electrical shock do not. service the Analyzer unless you are qualified to do so. 1 2 2 Safety Precautions, For the correct and safe use of this Analyzer it is essential that both operating and service.
personnel follow generally accepted safety procedures in addition to the safety. precautions specified in this manual Specific warning and caution statements where they. apply will be found throughout the manual Where necessary the warning and caution. statements and or symbols are marked on the Analyzer. 1 2 3 Caution and Warning Statements, Used to indicate correct operating or maintenance procedures. to prevent damage to or destruction of the equipment or other. Calls attention to a potential danger that requires correct. procedures or practices to prevent personal injury. Fluke 433 434 435,Service Manual,1 2 4 Symbols, The following symbols are used on the Analyzer in the Users Manual in this Service. Manual or on spare parts for this Analyzer,See explanation in Users Manual DOUBLE INSULATION. Protection Class,Live voltage Earth Ground,Static sensitive components Recycling information. black yellow,Disposal information Conformit Europ enne.
Safety Approval Safety Approval,1 2 5 Impaired Safety. Whenever it is likely that safety has been impaired the Analyzer must be turned off and. disconnected from line power The matter should then be referred to qualified. technicians Safety is likely to be impaired if for example the Analyzer fails to perform. the intended measurements or shows visible damage,1 2 6 General Safety Information. Removing the Analyzer covers or removing parts except those. to which access can be gained by hand is likely to expose live. parts and accessible terminals which can be dangerous to life. The Analyzer shall be disconnected from all voltage sources before it is opened. Capacitors inside the Analyzer can hold their charge even if the Analyzer has been. separated from all voltage sources, When servicing the Analyzer use only specified replacement parts. Specifications,Title Page,2 1 Introduction 2 3,2 2 Electrical Measurements 2 4. 2 3 Wiring Combinations 2 13,2 4 General 2 13,2 5 Mechanical 2 14.
2 6 Power 2 14,2 7 Standards 2 14,2 8 Cross talk 2 15. 2 9 Common Mode Rejection Ratio CMRR 2 15,2 10 Safety 2 15. 2 11 Environmental 2 15,2 12 Printers and Interface 2 16. 2 13 Electro Magnetic Compatibility EMC 2 16,Specifications. 2 1 Introduction 2,2 1 Introduction,Performance Characteristics.
Fluke guarantees the properties expressed in numerical values within the tolerances. stated Numerical values without tolerances are typical and represent the characteristics. of an average instrument excluding accessories The Analyzer meets the specified. accuracy 30 minutes and two complete acquisitions after power on All operational. specifications are valid under the restrictions mentioned in section Environmental. unless otherwise specified, Specifications are based on a one year calibration cycle. Environmental Data, The environmental data mentioned in this manual are based on the results of the. manufacturer s verification procedures,Safety Characteristics. The Analyzer has been designed and tested in accordance with standard EN61010 1 2nd. edition 2001 Safety Requirements for Electrical Equipment for Measurements Control. and Laboratory Use for Class III Pollution Degree 2 instruments. This manual contains information and warnings that must be followed by the user to. ensure safe operation and to keep the Analyzer and its accessories in a safe condition. Use of this Analyzer and its accessories in a manner not specified by the manufacturer. may impair the protection provided by the equipment. Fluke 433 434 435,Service Manual,2 2 Electrical Measurements. The following specifications of the instrument are verified using the implementation. verification table 3 as specified in 61000 4 30 chap 6 2. INPUT CHARACTERISTICS,Voltage inputs,Number of inputs 4 3 phases neutral DC coupled.
Maximum input 1000 Vrms, Nominal Voltage 50 500 V internally devided in three ranges 500 V 250 V and 125 V. Maximum peak 6 kV,Input impedance 4 M 5 pF, Bandwidth 10 kHz up to 100kHz for transient display. Scaling 1 1 10 1 100 1 1000 1 and variable,Current inputs. Number of inputs 4 3 phases neutral DC coupled,Type Clamp on current transformer with mV output. Nominal input 0 5 625 Vpeak 0 3 97 Vrms sinewave,Range 1 400 Arms with included clamps I400S.
0 1 3000 Arms with optional clamps,Input impedance 50 k. Bandwidth 10 kHz, Scaling 0 1 1 10 100 1000 mV A variable i5s and i430flex. Nominal frequency 40 70 Hz,Sampling system, Resolution 16 bit analog to digital converter on 8 channels. Maximum sampling 200kS s on each channel simultaneously. RMS sampling 5000 samples on 10 122 cycles according IEC 61000 4 30. PLL synchronization 4096 samples on 10 122 cycles according IEC 61000 4 7. Specifications,2 2 Electrical Measurements 2,DISPLAY MODES. Waveform display Available in Scope and Transient mode. Captures 8 waveforms simultaneously,Display update rate 5x per second.
Up to 10 12 times horizontal zoom, Cursors Single vertical line showing min max avg reading at cursor position. Phasor Shows real time phasor diagram,Available in Scope and Unbalance mode. Display update rate 5x per second, Meter readings Available in Volts Amps Hertz Harmonics Power Energy Flicker Unbalance. and Logger4 mode, AutoTrend graph Available in Volts Amps Hertz Dips Swells Harmonics Power Energy. 1 1 Introduction to Manual 1 1 3 1 1 Introduction to Manual The Fluke 433 434 435 Three Phase Power Quality Analyzer hereafter referred to as Analyzer offers an extensive and powerful set of measurements to check power distribution systems This Service Manual provides the information necessary to maintain the Analyzer at customer level

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